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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelites at Taunton

    is said to have been founded at Taunton by Walter de Meriet, lord of the manor of Combe Florey . The local tradition asserts the site of their house to have been a short distance west of the castle in

    Taunton and Taunton Dean Hundred (part)

    of the county, comprised the parishes of Angersleigh , West Bagborough , Bradford on Tone , Cheddon Fitzpaine , Combe Florey , Corfe , Cothelstone , Heathfield , Hillfarrance , Bishop's Hull , Kingston ( St. Mary ), Lydeard St.

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Cannington

    p. 447. Inq. p. m. 5 Ric. II, no. 81. Valor Eccl . (Rec. Com.) i, 209, 210. At Combe Florey there is an incised slab of 13th-century work, with an inscription to the memory of Dame Maud de Merriete,

    Parishes West Quantoxhead

    followed by Ames Harrison (d. 1731), whose daughter Frances (d. 1767) married Richard Cridland (d. 1757), an attorney of Combe Florey . 109 Thomas Cridland , younger son of Richard and also a lawyer, occupied Weacombe at his death in

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Athelney

    Selworthy churches, and in possession of the manors of Sutton Abbots , Hurcot, and lands in North Curry , Combe Florey , and 'Hyda,' Hamp , Lyng , 'Hoggestle,' Clavelshay in North Petherton and Bossington . On the election of

    Parishes Elworthy

    in the 17th century and on her death in 1772 her heirs were Bickham Escott and John Francis of Combe Florey . 56 Bickham Escott died in 1801 without male heirs and in 1811 a considerable estate, including Elworthy manor,

    Text of the Somerset Domesday Part 1

    Edw. III . No. 26). It is likely that these holdings of Corcelle became the manors of Holford in Combe Florey and Lydeard St. Lawrence , which afterwards became Trebble's Holford and Riche's Holford respectively. Exet. Dom. 'Scobinalre'; doubtful. Perhaps,

    Text of the Somerset Domesday Part 2

    and 1 acre of wood(land). It is worth 18 shillings. 36 Alric holds of Roger Holeforde [Trebles Holford in Combe Florey ] . Alward held (it) T.R.E. and paid geld for half a virgate of land. There is land for

    Parishes Crewkerne Crewkerne Urban District Council. Or, a lion rampant azure between three torteaux; on a chief ermine a pale sable, thereon three swords in pile, points downwards, proper, pommels and hilts of the first

    1736) and Francis Gwyn (d. 1752). The last left it to his distant cousin, John Fraunceis (d. 1789) of Combe Florey , who assumed the name of Gwyn, and was succeeded by his son John Fraunceis Gwyn (d. 1846). In

    Introduction to the Somerset Domesday Domesday Map

    of Taunton ,' as Mr. Eyton has expressed it, 99 he made them to be Kingstone (131/2 miles distant), Combe Florey , Nynehead Flory, Withiel Florey (16 miles distant), 100 Corfe , Orchard Portman , Ruishton , Staplegrove , Trull

    Index A - Z

    118-19 John, rector of Crewkerne , 30 John (fl. 1667), 227 Combe (in Gittisham , Devon ), 90, 114 Combe Florey , 16 Combe , Higher (in Dulverton ), 90 Combe St. Nicholas , 119, 156, 228, 231, 235, 238;

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